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Merit22Help
Stuck in an odd situation. Inherited a Linux (RH9) server from a previous admin. He had honeypot scripts on the server. When hit, they would block the attacker by adding a route which blackholed them. So there are a bunch of persistent reject routes in the routing table and I cannot get a command to work which will remove them.

They were added with:

route add -net <offending_class_c> netmask 255.255.255.0 reject

now how to I clear those routes and get them out of the table?

Thanks!
Robert83
Hi,

CODE
route del -net ip/subnet


Sincerely
Robert B
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